Colorado Regulators Are Finding it Hard to Cope with Cannabis-Infused Foods - TheJointBlog
Weed has been popular since time immemorial and there is no denying the fact. Youngster around the globe medicate on marijuana in a number of ways, ranging from bongs to pot-brownies, of course the most popular one still remains consuming it through a joint. But, when you mix marijuana with something like a brownie safety of the food becomes a concern. This is exactly the issue that the regulators in Colorado are struggling at the moment, especially now that the state of Colorado has already legalized recreational use of marijuana mainly thinking about growing and blowing.
Cannabis-Infused Food Products
The present scene is different food products like truffles, butter, granola bars, sodas and many others come infused with THC, which is the chemical in cannabis that is responsible for giving you the high you get, are easily available to be purchased by common people.
Federal Law Still Considers Weed to be Illegal
The problem of course is that Marijuana still continues to be an illegal drug as per federal law. This also means that the present system of food safety, which heavily depends on support from different federal agencies, can’t make sure that food items infused with marijuana are safe. Purveyors of pot-laced foods are saying that they are looking for regulation.
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